Big Brother Mzansi Finally Premieres

The highly anticipated return of the show has topped the Twitter trends list

By  | Jan 24, 2022, 11:31 AM  | Top of the

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Last night marked the premiere of Big Big Brother Mzansi season 3, which had thousands of South Africans glued to their small screens to witness the triumphant return of the reality TV show.

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The premiere was hosted by TV host Lawrence Maleka and it featured various performances from the heavyweights of the South African entertainment industry.

Since its premiere, the show has been trending number one on Twitter. The excitement is palpable and its seems Mzansi has already found its faves.

Nale has stolen the hearts of many Twitter users with her beauty. Many have taken to Twitter to compliment her looks.

Kamo Mphela was hailed as the 'best performer for the night. The Nkulunkulu hitmaker stole the night. The stage was bursting with energy by the singer and dancer who was accompanied by her back-up dancers, who gelled and complimented her well.

Another show which is set to return is The Real Housewives of Durban. The show launches on 28 January 2022, with new episodes following every Friday. Showmax recently released a first look at the three new wives featured this season, who will be bringing all the class, glamour, sass, and drama we’ve come to expect from the franchise.

This season will see Londie London joining the show and she recently revealed that her decision to join the show was sparked by her return to Durban and her becoming a wife to businessman Hlubi Nkosi and mom to a ten-month-old baby boy, Uminathi. 
“Since I've become a wife, and a mother, I thought it would be a great idea for the public to see how I’m rebranding myself,” says the musician, actress and jewellery designer. “People know me as this sexy singer and I feel like they don't really know my personality and what I'm about outside of the entertainment industry."

Uthando Nes’thembu star Thobile Mseleku said her decision to join the show is inspired by her desire to bring out her individuality more. “Many people know me from Uthando Nes'thembu, and they haven't had the opportunity to know and understand Thobile as an individual,” she says. “Wherever I go, I'm always associated with the family I'm married into, which is not a bad thing and is not something I have a problem with. However, I do have a life outside of the whole family.”

The new season will also welcome Jojo Robinson, a tattoo fanatic and artist. She is married to former kickboxing champion Calven Robinson. As she said her decision to join the season is to add a new dimension to the show. She will be bringing the voice of the tattooed community in an attempt to present a new perspective and change the narrative. 

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